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Johnnie Walker 
The Autobiography 

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Johnnie Walker is an inspiration. One of the best-known and most beloved broadcasters in Britain, the charismatic BBC Radio 2 DJ has achieved legendary status with a hugely loyal following thanks to his tireless pioneering of new music, his warm and passionate personality and his soothing voice.

Having thrown away the rule book as a teenager, Johnnie has always made decisions from the heart. As a result, he has had a brilliantly colourful life, with more ups and downs than a rollercoaster ride. He made his name in the 1960s when he and Radio Caroline, where his night-time show was essential listening for 86% of radio listeners, continued broadcasting in defiance of Government legislation. In 1976 he walked out of Radio 1 because of his outspoken views and his insistence on playing album tracks. He made front page news when he described the Bay City Rollers as ‘musical garbage’ and when he was caught snorting cocaine.

In his memoir, he reveals all about his time with Radio Caroline, his drug addiction, his fight against cancer and his spiritual awakening. Honest, passionate and humorous, his autobiography will provide inspiring and entertaining listening to his million of fans.

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Johnnie Walker has been a DJ for most of his life. He lives in London with his wife, Tiggy.
Language English ● Format EPUB ● ISBN 9780141900643 ● File size 3.4 MB ● Publisher Penguin Books Ltd ● Published 2008 ● Edition 1 ● Downloadable 24 months ● Currency EUR ● ID 2268019 ● Copy protection Adobe DRM
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